Just 50 examples are planned, with deliveries starting in mid-2020.
Denise Mueller-Korenek hit nearly 184 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats
Neil Campbell hit 149.16 mph and will now target the world record.
A rumored reference to the violent Norse armageddon.
Today in silly automotive stunts comes news that there's a new world record for fastest modified farm tractor. It comes courtesy of the folks on BBC's "Top Gear"; the actual show airs Sunday on BBC 2.
The company revealed its final concept version in Dubai, and its American-made engine hits 5,000 hp on a dyno.
Can the Dubai startup back up its outrageous claims?
It's the 20th anniversary of the Thrust SSC's run. Up next, the Bloodhound.
The Grappler is a new method to de-escalate high-speed pursuits.
Genovation Cars provides some fun footage of its Corvette Electric Vehicle reaching almost 190 miles per hour.
Put it this way: if Eva Hakansson had sufficient battery capacity and road space for her record-breaking KillaJoule electric "sidecar" motorcycle, she could make the 650-mile trip from her Denver-area home base to Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in about the time it takes to watch a football game. Heck, she could probably relax and catch the fourth quarter at her destination.
Defense lawyers told a jury Thursday pot was not a factor when their teenage client crashed his car in a high-speed accident, even though he was high on the drug at the time.
Back in August, it was announced that Fox Sports would be picking up the entirety of the United SportsCar Racing Series as part of a five-year deal. This made us very happy, not only because the combination of the American Le Mans Series and Grand-Am Series promised some great racing,
New York police aren't content with simply arresting the daredevil who raced around Manhattan in record time; they want his car as well.
Drivers in the state of New York may be able to pick up the pace on the Empire State's roads if a bill from freshman Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda gets passed. Sepulveda submitted a bill that would see speed limits raised from 65 to 75 miles per hour, statewide.